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Oct 20, 2011 11:00pm EDT
her city she had to help herself first. what a story about deputy mayor. >> and how do you use the money from alcohol tax, go to piled build fields or go to the classroom? > >> we start with reaction it is death of gadhafi. >> he died in the hands of opposition solders. for the people of libya it's still not hear who is in charge. gadhafi never admitted to ordering the bombing of a plane but accepted the country's responsibility. >> i always had the image of him being caught by american special forces to like how we caught bin laden but today we have this great thing to the freeing of the people of libya. >> and for one mother here the death of gadhafi might bring her one step closer to seeing her son. >> he has been there since early this year, spent nearly six months in prison before escaping. we sat down with his mother tonight. >> reporter: we have late word tonight just in the past hour that sharon has spoken with her son, first here is what she said earlier. after the death of gadhafi. matthew has undergone a transformation from reporter and writer to freedom fighter
ABC
Oct 6, 2011 11:00pm EDT
a person who said they saw a person in a truck using a chain to attach their truck, one of those speed cameras. then they ripped the camera right out of the ground. something missing in front of sparrow's point high school. >> it amazing me. i didn't realize it was gone. >> reporter: you can see the base of what used to be a speed camera here along north point road. >> must have been someone who got a lot of tickets. >> reporter: all police know is that late tuesday night someone in a white truck stopped here, attached a chain to the camera and then gunned the engine. >> it's the first time we have had one of them throw destroyed like thisser. >> reporter: you can see the tire tracks and the ruts of the camera. >> someone was upset about getting a citation i guess. they didn't have a police officer here so they took it out on the camera. >> reporter: it's not the first time it's happened. back in july a man came out of the woods near the airport and used a hammer to damage a vehicle mounted speed camera. that case remains unsolved. in the baltimore county case the vandal had no way
ABC
Oct 7, 2011 11:00pm EDT
. >> this isn't your normal table saw. how people are using the minerals if solve medical problems. >>> be aware of what lies behind the gated carson manor. we take you to legends of the fog where a good scare is for a good cause. abc 2news at 11 starts right now. >> we start tonight with a mystery. tomorrow marks one year to the day since a shocking seemingly random murder baltimore. the victim a retired bus driver. we spoke with his widow. >> reporter: no new leads, that's what disturbing the widow the most. a crime that happened so suddenly and without warning still one year later the killer is still out there. >> she keeps a picture of her husband on the kitchen table at the spot where he used to sit. >> he was my best friend and my husband, just a good person. >> reporter: on october 8th the last year someone broke in to the home they shared in the 2600 block of edson. eve lynn stepped out for a sandwhich. she came home and found sterling dead. he had been stabbed. >> when i talk about it or think about it i get upset. this will never be easy for me, never. >> reporter: especially becau
ABC
Oct 12, 2011 11:00pm EDT
drive to high school. why every parent watching us tonight feels heartbroken over the news that this 17-year-old didn't make it. >> you have beaten cancer and now are called a survivor but what are the struggles you could face down the road? >> is it time for an about face from facebook. is the founder getting your message? no we start with a community in shock. >> difficult day for a 17-year- old's friends at chesapeake high. we were there. >> reporter: by a thes she was a happy and successful high school senior with a bright future. all of that ended as she drove to school on a damp road. flowers have been left in the parking space her car used to occupy in front of the high school. >> she was really nice. . . >> reporter: she was involved in cheer leading track at chesapeake. friends say rumors she had been in a car accident this morning spread quickly throughout the school. rumors that were later confirmed by the principal. >> then he announced her name and i lost it. it was a lot of people cried and got really upset about it. it was terrible. >> never seen so many people cry
ABC
Oct 14, 2011 11:00pm EDT
and had him paged. that brings us back to the determination that seems to surround the sergeant and his wife. >> she like almost started crying of course it got me because i was like you have my rings. >> i went -- we have some deep core values in ourselves. >> reporter: and she wants to bring her husband back to baltimore. baltimore. he will be transferred next week to a rehab center in denver. >> this seen students, parents and staff at chesapeake high school took time out to remember student who died this week. kayla was killed wednesday, the car she was driving went off the road and into an abandoned house. the school held a moment of silence and the cheerleaders brought flowers to the game. >> she was just a sweet girl, never had any problems with anybody. >> we picked the flowers as sympathies and -- even though we didn't know her we all knew what it feels like to loose someone. >> and the police say speed and wet roads were probably factors. >>> police are still looking for 11-year-old william but tonight we know a little more about his mother's death. she was found dead in
ABC
Oct 28, 2011 11:00pm EDT
abcnews.com/2020. i'm barbara walters. for all of us at abc news and i'm barbara walters. for all of us at abc news and "20/20," have a good night. volunteering is kind. ...is caring. ...is beautiful. volunteering builds a better community. ♪ the time is now . >>> it's 11:00, do you know where your children are? >> now, abc 2news at 11. many. >> snow in the forecast but how much? we are tracking winter weather with maryland's most powerful radar. >> new information in the murder of a second patient at a state mental hospital in a week. >> and later getting rid of your traditional paper receipt. see how some companies are switching to digital for a record of your purchase. the news starts right now. >> grab an extra blanket, it's cold outside and we could have snow in 24 hours, hello. here say live look over downtown baltimore tonight, might be white stuff all over the ground by this time tomorrow night. we are trying to figure out what to expect. we went to wyatt. >> you know this is one of those highley unusual late october storms and it's going to depend where you are
ABC
Oct 5, 2011 11:00pm EDT
, the passing of steve jobs. >> the man who created apple. how do you describe a man who gave us a new way to talk? >> first not in my backyard or front yard or on my street. the fight over a homeless shelter in a neighborhood has people there speaking out. >> they feel a church's good intentions could be a bad idea. we were at the meeting tonight. >> reporter: the church hoped to move 16 homeless men in to the part time shelter next week and they still hope to do it tonight. they found out it won't be easy though. the meeting of drew a packed house. the ac wasn't on and the room heated up in a hurry. > do not have a good track record with us. it's hard for us to trust you. >> what about neighbors, what about the rest of the community. warm the streets of hope program plans to house 16 homeless men behind the church. the men would stay here ten days a movement officials say the men would have no felonies or sex offenses. residents were skeptical. >> i don't believe you. >> reporter: it sits next to a daycare center and on a street with well kept single family homes . >> it's only fo
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 11:00pm EDT
been following this guy for years because you told us he is ripping you off. we will look at what is coming next after a judge found this locksmith guilty. >>> tonight's -- you want to grab more blankets. >> you have no idea how big this is. >> our rec centers could shut down. we will be live but we want to talk about this 15-year-old. a 15-year-old hands over a gun in school telling his assistant principal he was struggling with thoughts of suicide. he had the gun and a suicide note in his bag that he kept in his locker and took it out for lunch. he will be charged as a juvenile and add there is no indication he wanted to hurt anybody other than himself. >> police are asking for your help. they are looking for suspects who raped a 14-year-old. police said it happened in the 1500 block of leslie street late sunday afternoon. the girl was attacked after she asked the man for directions. the driver of the van similar to this one here pulled up to the curb and offered her a ride. once she got in the girl said she was assaulted by several people inside the van. if you recognize th
ABC
Oct 10, 2011 11:00pm EDT
that adults can act like this. >> reporter: the lounge owner walked us around the nightclub which he considering a unique spot for baltimore. >> eating, dancing. are beyond the bold lights and lounge chairing it's grabbed headlines for the crime that happened inside and out of building. tyrone brown was killed last year by off duty police. he was sentenced to 17 years for manslaughter and gun charges. edwards said brown was partying before he was shot several times in an alley. >> our customers afraid to come on certain nights because of the crowds it generates. >> reporter: money from the tax base in the midtown area is dead indicated for off duty police officers to be around thursday, friday and saturday night until the clubs close. edwards has guys at his front door check his patrons before they come in, his next step is making sure the right people come to his club and is he starting the dress code. >> jeans are fine but no sneakers, no baseball caps. you have to look good when you come in. people have to keep security and do your best to weed out people that are causing probl
ABC
Oct 11, 2011 11:00pm EDT
he is using to cope. >> tax proposals changing by the newscast. at six it was a hike in cigarettes and now it's all about something else we all use. >> abc2 works for you. you will hear from expert who will say why we should be careful the next time we swipe. the news starts right now. >> and we start with a fast moving fire that left two boys and their mother dead. their older brother lived and tonight is talking to abc 2news. the fire started september the 22nd in southwest baltimore. > the woman and her two sons were killed. the older brother wasn't home. we spoke to him tonight. >> reporter: and marquis has been through more than any 14- year-old should have to deal with. the loss of his mother and two brothers. he said is he doing it by focusing on football. the memories are fresh in his mind, just two and a half weeks ago marquis was shaken out of bed by his grandfather. he was sleeping her while his mother was in the process of moving her family. >> my grandfather woke me up, told me there was a fire. i don't know they were gone until i went to the house. >> reporter: th
ABC
Oct 27, 2011 11:00pm EDT
for them to tell us how they feel and many are writing down their comments as we speak. >> the total project is going to run $2 billion and up and running by 2018 but the spokesmen vow to fight on and stop this project right in its tracks. >>> traffic remains stopped in its tracks after a fiery accident and explosion on the north side of the bridge in cecil county. a tractor-trailer was carrying about 7500 gallons of diesel fuel when the driver simply lost control. the driver survived but the concern is the fuel spill and the damage it could do to the susquehanna river and its wetlands. >> interview: diesel fuel, it's a fuel oil, so it gets in and would contaminate the waterway. we put booms in place, we've got absorbent material, down there, ditched the area below the dam to control it. we don't want it to get in and affect the wildlife and the fish. >>> the driver survived the crash and explosion with severe burns on all of his body. no word tonight on when the road will be open. but make sure tune into good morning maryland at 4:30 to get the latest inform@dion çon how this is g
ABC
Oct 9, 2011 11:00pm EDT
work very hard, and, you know, a lot of people helped us and -- >> reporter: but his mom and girlfriend say there is no talking matthew out of following his mission to help the people of libya. >> even if i don't like it, it is a what he needs to do and he will come back on his own terms. >> reporter: his mom even traveled to turkey to meet with international leaders solicited to help the state department find van dyke. matthew calls home a few times a week and his mom has given him some tough love. >> i can't go back to the state department. i can't go to the nonprofits because he made a decision to continue this journey on his own and that is -- if something happens he's going to have to get out of it. >> reporter: and van dyke's mom and girlfriend say he will come home when the fighting stops and when he find out what happened to the three men who were captured along with him. the decision to stay may allow him to complete the book he has started writing. cheryl connor, abc2 news. >>> thank you, cheryl. >>> man has died after he was shot by police responding to a domestic call. polic
ABC
Oct 19, 2011 11:00pm EDT
-old online. they say he arranged meetings with each of them using the facebook profile of braden clark claiming to be between 17 and 19. he is now in custody because of the mother of one of the victims. >> his mother got suspicious that he was involved with sexual activity with the man based on some e-mail and other communication that she found. >> reporter: social media sites like facebook and twitter aren't going away so as a parent you need to educate yourself on how they work and that's not all. >> i think parents need to have the conversation about internet safety the same way you have it about sex and drugs. >> reporter: she said there is nothing wrong with limits on what your children can do online. >> when children tend to get in the most trouble is when they have the isolated moments with the computer and they are always online without being supervisorred. >> reporter: there was no answer at the suspect's home. he faces multiple sex offense charges and is being held at the detention center. the profile that police say he used has 1260 friends which is why they are worried m
ABC
Oct 17, 2011 11:00pm EDT
all for paying more at the gas pump to do it. >> they tell us they are gonna help us and investigate it and nothing gets done. >> neighbors call one department after another, all it took was one email to us. >>> we're working for you in pasadena tonight. abc 2 news at 11:00 starts right now. we begin with a mystery. how could a young woman's body end up in a dumpster inside a downtown apartment building. >> police are trying to figure that out. they believe she fell down a trash chute. christian schaefer is outside the building, you're telling us twice in 14 months? >> yeah, jamie, the people woe spoke with tonight said there was trash waist high and there's about 2 feet high, it's about 2 feet high and about 18" across and again police are saying there is no indication of foul play. they believe the young woman simply fell in by accident at this point. but as you say, it's happened twice in just over a year, that has residents concerned. police got the call early sunday morning, a body found here in the upscale park charles identified the victim as ,o23-year-old emily heils, a recen
ABC
Oct 18, 2011 11:00pm EDT
enough mountains to climb in a classroom. >> a u.s. senate bill could take them off track for their high school diploma as early as third grade. cheryl joins us after talking to teachessers ands parents for disabled children. >> reporter: a push in the senate would change the expectations of their students and cause them to graduate without a diploma. >> the lion danced a tango that was elegant and bold. >> reporter: story time at the salt man house is what all three kids love. mom reads and so can emily. but her brothers, 10-year-old jack and andrew, just listen. >> interview: we just modify our life and find ways to get them to be successful and do what they need to do. >> reporter: when the brothers were about a year '9old bart salesman and her husband realized they weren't on target with the age group. they have not determined it but they suspect a genetic link. the mainstream classrooms taking an adapted saa exam and on this way towards a high school diploma. but an amendment may allow their school to take them off their diploma track as early as 3rd grade. >> interview: i see this
ABC
Oct 30, 2011 11:00pm EDT
the man tonight there's no word on if he will be charged. >> instead of being concern, it should cause us to be more vigilant. there's a lot of things we can do to help look out for each other and help police solve crimes. >> reporter: the armed robbery started here on thursday. police say the man went into the tobacco store with at weapon. >> apparently, i don't know, came in and there was a weapon that was tucked into his waist and told her to give him the money. he made will have with a few dollars. >> reporter: three armed robberies all within a short distance. >> it's kind of scary here. lived here 17 years and not this kind of trouble. >> reporter: again the suspect who was arrested is 26-year-old scott hunter. he's been charged with armed robbery. several others could be arrested. also we have learned the community meeting planned in perry hall with baltimore county police. that's on november 10th at 7:30. , abc 2 news. >>> what you saw yesterday, would that make for a long winter? let's take a look at october with larry jacobs. >> the government's investigating passengers being
ABC
Oct 3, 2011 11:00pm EDT
to remember. empty chairs, for 31 domestic violence victims no longer with us. they gathered for their and will light vigil. >> there are 31 people that will miss their birthdays, graduation, empty chairs at tables at dinner all throughout the state. >> sacks. the safety awareness research chain is trying to end abuse. >> one person can make a difference and reduce the number of people we have to renata vigil like this every year. >> reporter: with silhouettes and t-shirts for victims too afraid to share their stories harford county sheriff says they have come a long way since the early days on the force since 1972. >> today domestic violence is investigated thoroughly by deputies and police who are better trained and understand domestic violence. we seek treatment for victims. we make arrests. >> reporter: but there is still work to be done. >> this year in harford county our first two deaths, a homocide and a suicide, were the result of domestic violence. a husband murdered his wife, then turned gun and shot himself. >> reporter: if you or someone you know needs help sarc h
ABC
Oct 23, 2011 11:00pm EDT
with my booby buddies here, and we're excited, three of us are actual survivors, and we are glad to be here. >> the runners started off first with a 5k run and followed by the 5k walk and the one mile family fun walk. >> this is a 19th year and so far the early estimate 130 -- 30,000 people walking or running for this great cause. >> just take a look at this sea of pink. thousands walk in the hopes of finding a cure. >> we have brave folks and brave people. >> we still have a long way to go when you look at the fact mortality rate is one of the fifth highest çin the country, and so this race makes a big difference. it raises millions of dollars and it helps save lives. >> for both who cleated the race a sense of accomplishment and hope. >> just to get out and the camaraderie of everybody supporting us together, we have been out since 6:30 this morning, and it is just a good feeling. [cheering] >>> and after a morning of emotion it was time nor the night cap. that came with a night out with the girls at the hip drome. cheryl conner tells us all about girls with guitars. >> the m
ABC
Sep 30, 2011 11:00pm EDT
you how the teacher is using 140 characters to keep them on track. >>> and you have seen the adds promising big bucks if you sell the unwanted gold but is the stuff you have in your jewelry box worth anything? we are working for you, helping you figure out what to cash in and what to keep. >>> and unusual sight off the coast of california. what is behind the neon colors when we return. i'm a curious seeker. i am a chemistst aficionado.f. diphenhydramine. magnesium hydroxide. atheletes foot.etes . yes. i'm a people pleaser. plea. if elected, i promise flu shots for all.for all. i am a walking medical dictionary.ionary. congratulations virginin.virgin. inflamed uvula.ed . i'm virginia.virginia. i'm a target pharmacist and i'm here to answer your questions.. . >>> look another this. unusual for people who see it and don't know what's going on. these are from san diego's coastline. an algae bloom is making the waves glow that neon blue, look at that. it's a red tide and the strange color happens when it gelts moved around. while it looks cool it's toxic and sucks oxygen which can lead
ABC
Oct 25, 2011 11:00pm EDT
across the great lakes, the northern plain states, just the beginning of a storm that will impact us as we go into the halloween weekend. more on that coming up. cool night in the 40s and 50s downtown. tomorrow warm up to 70 but the chance for rain goes up. we will talk about how chilly it gets. >> you know the cooler temperatures will mean its time to crank up the heat. while everything else is going up your bge bill could go down. the price of natural gas was down about two cents a unit this summer and savings about 5% will pass onto you if you get natural gas from them. they say if you have electric heat you will save a few dollars. the cost of generating power is down from ten cents to just under nine. however, the amount you save depends on you. >> they can expect to pay about $1,150 over the winter heating season. that's down from about 1240 last winter. another decrease. we want to remind customers that it's all going to really depend on factors that are specific to that customer. >> and that saving on gas and electric is based on normal winter and not extremely cold one. w
ABC
Oct 16, 2011 11:00pm EDT
are using a tvs, mounted patrols and tracking dogs. >> folks in certain areas more than others. >> reporter: looking for an 11- year-old last seen at home two weeks ago. >> the hope is that he is still alive. however we are using teams and people experienced when the person is dead. >> reporter: it was just this past wednesday his mother was found stabbed and beaten to death in their home with no sign of william. >> you don't think something like that will hit in your hometown. i hope they find him. >> reporter: police now have the estranged husband curtis lopez in custody. authorities say they have gathered information that led them to search the park. >> we weren't sure what was going on. it's horrible. >> reporter: police say the honda suv was involved in a fender bender in charlotte hours before her body was found. inside the car curtis lopez and a female friend but no trace of william. >> one hopes that they can put some closure on it and find, maybe, maybe, good news at the end. >> reporter: again police spokesman said nothing significant was found in the two parks, just a few mil
ABC
Oct 2, 2011 11:00pm EDT
of the 15 people that came down with listeria and died in the outbreak. brian kue bler joins us with how the family is dealing with the loss lawsuit. >> reporter: clarence wells' daughter didn't know what listeria was until it claimed her father's life a month ago. the man now one of at least 15 deaths attributed to an infected batch of canteloupe. it started when clarence wells' family noticed he was putting on weight, 9 pounds in three days his daughter says a hospital stay followed and a week later, wells died. it happened just that quick. >> just an enormous hole. it is is a first couple wiex couldn't sit at the table and have breck -- weeks, i couldn't sit at the table and have breakfast because he wasn't sitting there. it's really hard. >> reporter: but it was not until wells' family got a call a few days after his death that they would see the enormity of it all. listeria was found in his system. the infection with the same dna as the strain on the bad batch of canteloupes from a colorado farm. clarence wells is now one of at least 15 people to die from the fruit shipped from jens
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Oct 4, 2011 11:00pm EDT
right chris. they tell us this is the fourth cat to be set on fire and the mayor's animal abuse commission is trying to cut down on animal cruelty. its new show your soft side, ravens linebacker jared johnson and mixed martial arts competitor, and the message only a punk would hurt a cat or a dog. they say the athletes are good role models for younger teens. >> we're trying to break that mindset that it's a way to show your man hood, that it's a cruel thing to do to hurt a dog or hurt a cat. >> now the abuse advisory council began last year with the burning of a dog phoenix. if you have any information, including this last case involving gem the cat, call police immediately. >>> they are working to find a man who assaulted a woman on john's hopkins. she was walking down the street. the victim only gave police a vague description of the man, they hope surveillance cameras will give them a few more clues, meanwhile, police were also stepping up campus patrols. >> reporter: two people were shot, it happened on mayberry drive in aberdeen. the victims are two men ages 21 and 23. they
ABC
Oct 24, 2011 11:00pm EDT
, meet friends and get help with homework. >> some of us are barely making and we need places like this. >> reporter: a plan proposed by the mayor would shift the funding and operation of many of the city's 55rec centers but a call forbids on running them brought only six entries. that could mean many of the centers will be forced to close in just a couple months. >> if they close them where are be going to send the children? >> reporter: several members of the council have concern was the plan. tonight bill henry called for a public hearing. >> this is not something that the city can step away from. these kids -- we say all the time the kids are the future. if we mean that we will spend money on them. >> reporter: the spokesman for the mayor said its part of a large eve effort to bring back the rec center system, we need to stop doing things because it's the way we have always done them but parents say the old way still works. >> it's serving their purpose because kids still come. i can see if the kids, that's a story but the kids are here. >> reporter: the mayor's spokesman said th
ABC
Oct 13, 2011 11:00pm EDT
>>> it's 11:00 p.m. do you know where your children are? >> now, abc 2 news at 11:00. you may use this parking garage but this place was on lockdown as a man was shot in the back. we're live with christian schaefer. >> the fixers of women. >>> any closer to finding a missing 11-year-old? police know more than they did earlier today. and we go internetting. >> how to purge, how to purchase diet pills, and it is doing damage. >>> ever hear of the bin bow game? you're minutes away of finding out all about it as news 11 starts right now. >>> the way things are going we may not ever have another drought. are we ever gonna get a fall day. >> i don't know what you mean by, colder temperatures, sunny. >> a nice fall day. >> a columbus day weekend. >> you're going to give it up for me lately. >> that's what it's all about. we did have a little bit of a tornado concern earlier tonight with that tornado watch. that has all expired, i have no watch to show you here in the state, there are still a few showers and thundershowers out there at the moment. let's get into it here on maryland's most
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